Bologna 2-4 AC Milan: Zlatan Ibrahimovic scores at both ends as Milan go top

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic made his debut for Milan during the season.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic was on both ends of the score as AC Milan beat Bologna nine-man in a thrilling match to win Serie A.

Rafael Leao scored the opening goal from Ibrahimovic's ball. Bologna sent off Adama Soumaoro, and Milan was rescued by Davide Calabria.

Ibrahimovic angled a corner in his own net. Musa Barrow then levelled.

Roberto Soriano was sent to the bench for a dangerous foul. Bologna nearly won before Ismael Benjamin and Ibrahimovic from 20 yards.

Milan, winners of their five previous league games, moves one point ahead Napoli who travels to Jose Mourinho’s Roma on Sunday.

Ibrahimovic, on his first start of this season, is the fourth player to score a Serie A goal. He joins Alessandro Costacurta (41), and the 40-year-olds Silvio Piiola and Pietro Vierchowod.

Since Francesco Totti's February 2017 death, he was the first 40 year-old to establish a Serie A goal.

Ibrahimovic's goal was his second league goal in his career. He also scored a goal for Milan in their 3-1 home victory over Chievo in 2010.